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Mahesh Lohi
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Hi all,

I have a small destop appliction along with DB. How to create a exe file of that application. I use Netbean IDE. Is it a need for me to run Netbean every time I want to wish to use the appliction..

Thank you in advance

Embla Tingeling
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Mahi Lohi wrote:
I have a small destop appliction along with DB. How to create a exe file of that application. I use Netbean IDE. Is it a need for me to run Netbean every time I want to wish to use the appliction..


It's called to deploy the application. I'm sure Netbeans offers support for that.

Embla Tingeling
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http://www.netbeans.org/kb/articles/javase-deploy.html
Mahesh Lohi
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Thank you for the reply..

Embla Tingeling
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There's also another option and that's to generate a true .exe,

http://www.excelsior-usa.com/jet.html

With this so called "native compiler" your Java program is compiled to machine language rather than bytecode.

Unfortunateley it's not free but there's a free trial version.
Mahesh Lohi
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Thanks alot. This will help me how to deploy a project.

And again. Is it the same even for a web based application.

Imran Vohra
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Joined: Dec 12, 2005
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According to me one more option is of creating bat file.
Write your commands in bat file and it will work as exe file

Regards
Imran
Somnath Mallick
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How about an executable JAR file??
 
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